This week's episode features two epic tales of unfortunate evenings, as Pete takes the role of storyteller for a missed flight debacle and a drunken car-key faux pas. We give our verdict on a night from hell for the characters in wedding comedy "Bachelorette," and dig into the viability of the politics in Scandinavian prostitution procedural "Call Girl." Cal went to bat for the rampant action comedy "2 Guns," and Iain Softley's welcome return to directing, "Trap for Cinderella," while Pete (surprise, surprise) was this week's Bollywood correspondent by opting for Indian smash hit "Chennai Express." Illness brings out Cal's Kathleen Turner voice for a podcast reprise, while we lambast the academy for their 1997 shortcomings and look ahead to Julianne Moore's 'In the Mood' debut next week.
The Week's News, featuring discussion of Harrison Ford's latest box-office bomb, and the prospect of a possible Ben-Hur remake, plus Pete's epic story about losing his car keys [0:55 - 6:25]
Opening Segment: The final part of our 2009 Venice retrospective, featuring discussion about "Women Without Men," "Crush," "One-Zero," and "Mr. Nobody" [6:30 - 21:15]
Trap For Cinderella
[26:05 - 54:35]
Closing Segment: Our take on R-rated wedding comedy âBacheloretteâ and discussing other movies to document madcap nuptials! [54:40 - 1:06:25]
Shag, Marry or Kill?
The Watson Factor
The Poupaud Range